It's a waterfront home that sits well away from the water and has the most gorgeous barn perfect for parties. The house at 122 Mattapoisett Neck Road is drool-worthy for sure and is about to be someone's new dream home.

Not surprisingly, this 13.7-acre property with a 3,020-square-foot home built in 1910 was snatched up pretty quickly. With an asking price of $1.995 million, it kind of seems like a steal when you scroll through the photos below.

Definitely stop scrolling when you see this home's epic barn that looks perfect for any party.

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You could have a serious side hustle renting this space out for weddings and other functions. It is that gorgeous.

The house itself is nothing to sneeze at either. It features four bedrooms, three full baths, 300 feet of beachfront on Buzzards Bay and your own little backyard forest, all on land once owned by then-governor John Hancock (yes, the one with the famous signature).

Throughout you'll find classic coastal colonial features, such as shingle siding, wood-burning fireplace and built-in cabinetry. There's also a stunningly updated eat-in kitchen, enclosed sun porch and a newly added back deck.

As if the house and barn weren't amazing enough, there are also 13.7 acres of nature around you.

The house is listed as waterfront property, but honestly, the water is a bit far from the house. You've got about a quarter-mile walk through a backyard full of trees before you actually come out by Hammond's Cove.

The waterfront when you get there is still all yours, though. That's just one of the many amazing things about this Mattapoisett property we love.

Keep scrolling to see more, including inside the epic barn.

Waterfront Mattapoisett Property With Big, Beautiful Barn

If barn envy is a thing, we now have it. Check out this stunning waterfront property in Mattapoisett that is part of land once owned by John Hancock. We're sure he would have wanted to party in this barn, too.

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